A Page Test is defined as a single URL being tested once by Koalati’s automated testing feature.
For example, testing an entire 50-page website once will result in 50 Page Tests. Testing that entire website again would result in 50 more Page Tests.
Page Tests over the quota
Each subscription plan has a number of Page Tests that are included.
Once that Page Test quota is reached, each additional Page Test from your account will incur an additional cost (in addition to your subscription’s cost).
This usage-based cost will be charged to your account’s active payment method at the end of each usage cycle. If your account’s subscription is canceled, you will still be charged for any additional usage that has not yet been paid for at the end of your regular usage cycle.
The price per additional Page Test and the Page Test quota varies based on your subscription plan, and can be viewed on the Pricing page.
Multiple tests for the same URL within a short time frame
Koalati usually processes testing requests in batches to limit load and processing times.
If two or more tests are requested for the same URL within a timespan of 30 seconds, these tests will count as a single Page Test for your usage quota. The 30 second window is calculated from the time of the first request to the page.
This is done to reflect the fact that we can often optimize batched requests like this in the backend. And if we can save money by batching requests, it's only fair to let you, the users, benefit from those savings as well.